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2. 373:811.111 81.2-922 17 (. 19 . 2 - 9 1993 .). - - . : . 9 . - . / [.. , .. , .. .] -12- . - .: , 2007 - (. 19 2 9 1993 :}. , .. 17 9 .. . : . 9 . . : - . / .. . . , 2008. 8- ., . 255 [1] . (- ) ISBN 978-5-377-01762-2 , , : . 9 . . / [.. , .. , .. .]. 12- . - : , 2007. , , . 373:811.111 81.2-922 20.02.2008. 84x108/32. . . .-. . 12,1. . . . 13,44. 25 000 . 4036(4) ISBN 978-5-377-01762-2 .., 2008 , 2008 3. English Student's Book..................................,................... 4 UNIT 1. . ?..........................................4 UNIT 2. ......................................21 UNIT 3. ?.................................................. 36 UNIT 4. ....... 53 UNIT 5. ?.............................................72 UNIT 6. .................................................87 Scripts................................................................................ 105 UNIT1............................................................................... 105 UNIT 2............................................................................ 107 UNIT3............................................................................... 111 UNIT4............................................................................... 116 UNIT 5 _............................................................................ 122 UNIT 6............................................................................... 124 English Reader...................................................................127 English Activity Book......................................................... 178 UNIT 1. Reading. Why not?.............................................. 178 UNIT 2. Let the music begin............................................... 182 UNIT 3. What's the news?................................................. 186 UNIT 4. Healthy living guide............................................. 189 UNIT 5. What will you be?................................................ 192 UNIT 6. Britain in the world.............................................. 198 Scripts.............................................................................. 202 UNIT2................................................................................ 202 UNIT3................................................................................ 203 UNIT 4............................................................................... 204 UNIT 5............................................................................... 206 ..................................208 1............................. 4. 208 2............................. 217 3............................. 228 4............................. 241 ........................................................... 248 English Student's Book UNIT 1 ..? ? I. 1. - . , , . 1) ? Travelling, going to a beach, spending a lot of time with friends, going to a disco, reading. 2. , . 1) ? Putting together jigsaw puzzles, rolling down the hill, making fruit cubes, trading baseball cards, hitchhiking. 3) , , , . . . , . -. - . , , . . . . , ( , , , 5. , ). . . - , . - , . - , . , , - , . 5 6. 4) , ? ? I find interesting and useful putting together a jigsaw puzzle, because it helps to be attentive and patient. It also makes children think. Rolling down the hill is unusual activity. 3. . 1) , , : Have you ever written a story or a poem? Are you going to take part in outing on Sunday? Did you use to sell newspaper last summer? Will you do shopping tomorrow? Do you usually walk pets in the morning? 2) . Some of my classmates did a part-time job in Summer. Others sold newspapers. Many of them usually go to art museums or visit historical places when they have time. Nobody ever traded baseball cards. Some never babysat. Almost all of us took part in an outing last Sunday. We all read in English. 5. ? - ? I spent my summer holidays travelling to the seaside. The weather was fantastic. Every day we went to the beach. We spent all days swimming. I have got many new friends. Sometimes we went fishing together. When the weather was cloudy we visited some small towns and went shopping. I enjoyed this holidays. . 1. . , - . ? Stratford-upon-Avon is known as William Shakespeare's birthplace. It's also the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company. British literature is associated with the names of the great British writers. such as Shakespeare, Hardy, Burns, and sir Walter Scott. Westminster Abbey is well known as the best place to begin literary exploration. London is the place where many famous writers lived. Great Britain is the country of very rich literature. In South West Scotland you can follow the story of Robert Burns, the great Scottish poet. 6 7. Oxford University has produced a galaxy of writers: from Wordsworth to Thomas Gray and Milton and Thackeray. Wales inspired Lewis Carroll to write his literary treasure "Alice in Wonderland" 2. , . 1) - ? ? I don't know anything about South West Scotland. That's why I would like to visit this place. It's the birthplace of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns. Besides it would be interesting to visit the celebration of his birthday which takes place in Alloway every year. I think it'll be great. I'd like to visit London, because it's a home place of many famous writers. I can see many interesting historical places. It's a good chance to visit Westminster Abbey and Milton Memorial among other monuments and tombs of outstanding writers. I think the Poets' Corner is very famous place and is known by many people. Everybody know the name of Abbotsford, Scotland. It is the home place of the great British writer Sir Walter Scott. Of course it'll be interesting to visit this city and Sir Walter Scott's home. I think it would be a good chance to see the places connected with the life of such a great man. 2) ? The town Stratford-upon-Avon is known as William Shakespeare's bithplace.It's also the home of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Bath is also connected with the names of many novelists, poets and playwrit- ers. the poets Wordsworth, Shelly and Alexander Pope, writers Tobias Smollett and Henry Fielding spent time in Bath. 3. 1) , , . Alexander Pushkin St. Petersburg Lev Tolstoy Yasnaya Polyana Fedor Dostoevskiy St. Petersburg 2) ? I think the best place to begin literary exploration is St. Petersburg. It is the place where the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin lived. He was a poet who wrote many poems which is known all over the world. One of his famous is "Yevgeni Onegin". Many of his fist poems were set in Tzarskoe Selo, the place where young Pushkin studied. He died in 1837. 7 8. In many places of St. Petersburg you can follow his story. III. 1. ? ? The great British writers and pots are Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Sir Walter Scott, Lewis Carroll, Thackeray, Burns, Byron. 3. . 1) , ? Somerset W. Maugham is the best-loved short story writer. Alexander Pope is a well-known poet Percy Bysshe Shelly is a favourite English poet. Robert Louis Stevenson is the most famous English novelist. Richard Brinsley Sheridan is a remarkable playwriter. Lewis Carroll is an outstanding children's writer. Roald Dahl is a modern children's writer. Abraham Stoker is a well-known fantasy writer. William Makepeace Thackeray is a notable English novelist. Peter Benchley Whitby is a modern screenwriter. 4. . 1) ? In 1994 in honour of the famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson the major summer exhibition took place in the National Library of Scotland. Every year the people of Rochester celebrate Charles Dickens' Festival . There is a memorial table on the house where Charles Dickens lived. There is even the monument of Sherlock Holmes, the world known character of English literature. 2) ? The great Russian writers are well remembered by the people of Russia. There are many museums in cities and towns where many Russian writers and poets were born or lived. There are a lot of monuments to them. People celebrate dates of birth of many famous writers. 3) ? As I live in Moscow, I may say that my city is the home place of many well- known writers and poets. You can have a literary tour around Moscow, so many museums, monuments, and memorial tables, devoted to famous literature men. 8 9. In our school sometimes we have concerts or conferences connected with the date of birth some famous writers or poets, we visit museums, and even make tours to other places where these people lived or were born. IV. 1. He , . . 1) ? People in Britain read different sort of books. Literature which is read by men and by women are sometimes also differ. Most of women prefer romance. Both men and women like reading thriller. The third place in literature interests of women is given to historical books. Men prefer modern novels and science fiction better. Books about travelling, sport and business are more popular with men. 2) , . . romance historical book adventure educational book fairy tale science fiction novel thriller horror 3) . Reference books are the books about facts about anything and everything . Dictionaries are the books about words of a language with the information about their meanings, pronunciation, etc. Non-fiction books are the books about hobbies, craft, plants, animals, rocks and weather. Biographies are the books about another person's life. Western are the books